12 Tips To A Healthier Skin

A groovy hairstyle might make you quite attractive  but if your skin looks bad, you might not look as appealing as you thought you would be. Our skin can indicate our lifestyle whether you lead a stressful life or eat poorly, your skin will reveal it all. We tend to ignore our skin especially in our youth and we never knew then that it could affect our overall appearance.


So, how to have healthier and glowing skin? Here are 12 tips that could help you get a nicer complexion:

  • Regularly clean the skin with a mild soap. Never use harsh soap for your skin is sensitive.
  • Use an natural exfoliant to remove dead cells and impurities.
  • Relieve yourself from stress. Have time to relax yourself and keep a calm state of mind.
  • Use sunscreen to protect your skin from harsh conditions.
  • Don’t stay too long under the sun. Vitamin D is good but if you stay too long under the sun, the ultraviolet rays can cause damage to your delicate skin.
  • Drink tea. Tea is loaded with antioxidants that help give some protection to your skin. Instead of soda, why not drink tea instead?
  • Hydrate. Drink enough water to prevent dehydration which could result into dry and flaky skin.
  • Enrich your diet with foods rich in antioxidants and essential fatty acids. These include blueberries, strawberries, walnuts, chestnuts, artichokes, almonds, flaxseed oil, cereals, grains, tuna and so on.
  • Avoid fried foods. Fried food is quite tasty but it can cause some breakouts on your skin. Try to go for healthier snacks that could satisfy your cravings.
  • Exercise regularly. You can release toxins by sweating and keep your skin toned.
  • Remove makeup before hitting the hay. Never sleep with make up on and always wash your face before going to sleep.
  • Get enough sleep. Sleeping is one way for your body to repair itself and get some much needed rest. This could do wonders to your skin.


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